The Lamborghini Veneno at the Geneva Motor Show (Autobl... The Lamborghini Veneno at the Geneva Motor Show (Autoblog).
Lamborghini celebrated its 50th anniversary in pretty remarkable style with the unveiling of its Veneno supercar at the Geneva Motor Show -- an utterly insane vehicle displaying scoops, wings, fins and an absurd amount of carbon fiber.

The Veneno name comes from a notorious fighting bull that killed a matador back in 1914 and is meant to echo the car's aggressive nature. Boasting numbers of 750 horsepower and a top speed of 220 MPH, "aggressive" might even be an understatement.

Lamborghini is only building four of these supercars at $3.9 million a pop. Unfortunately, even if you do sport the bankroll for one, Lamborghini has said that each of the cars has already found a home. Three are sold, and Lamborghini is keeping one for itself.

The car you see here, Lamborghini's test vehicle, is model number 0 and the only one that will be finished in this new gray metallic color and feature all of the colors of the Italian flag (green, red and white) as accents. The three customer cars, however, will each be finished in either green, red or white, thus making all three unique, as well as patriotic.

Head over to Autoblog for more info and pictures on the new ludicrous Lambo.

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